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(480)-620-7075 Private # of  Dr Vengurlekar. He is a triple board certified interventional pain specialist and will develop a treatment plan for you to relieve, reduce, or eliminate pain so as to get you back to work and everyday activities quickly without surgery, reliance on medication or more physical therapy !Dr. Vengurlekar is the founder of Pain Management Institute.   Dr. Vengurlekar is certified in interventional pain, surgery and anesthesiology, as well as fellowship trained in cardiovascular and thoracic surgery.

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